If the administration seeks to practice what it preaches, it should prioritize filling open administrative positions with women and people of color.
February 4, 2019
Volume 115, Issue 22
Stories from the February 4, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Alumna Kathryn Zaremba is the co-founder of The Lemon Collective, a workshop space that hosts guided classes for female artists in the District.
GW won just two games in the first half of the season but GW has found itself in the top half of the A-10 standings nine games into conference play.
Six Colonials set personal records at the Patriot Games on Jan. 26. Overall, the Colonials have set 12 personal records in three indoor track meets this season.
Officials declined to say what feedback they have received from faculty during a semester of “listening sessions” about the sustainability minor.
The SA and ISA launched the International Friendship Portal on the SA website Monday, where underclassmen can schedule meetings with mentors.
Black students said a racist Snapchat post offered them a platform to unmask racism on campus and demand that officials implement inclusivity measures.
Federal research grants have increased by nearly 50 percent in the medical school over the past five years.
Sorellina opened its doors Wednesday, bringing deli sandwiches, Sicilian pizza and cocktails to Dupont Circle.
Before its match against La Salle Sunday, men’s tennis did not see action since Nov. 9 at the Navy Gold Invitational.